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IAILY EAST OEEGON1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, on)PED 7, Hit) I.
scribes them as a choice lot. For the
steers 12.75 wns imltl nnd for the
cows $2.10. All nre u cross of Here
ford nml Shorthorn, it rnnnat he said
that cither breed predominates.
31ARGARET lll'SCIl SUES
.1. F. RORINSON VOU $21100.
Xnuudry AVorkcr ltoccircil Injuries
Two Yours A!u for Which She Xnw
Claims Duiiiiirc- AHcrcs That
IMatform on Which She Slooil ut
Time of Accident Was Unufc Sir.
.Itolilnvoii Roru All Expends of the
Accident and lucrcuM-d licr Salary
A maimed linnd which It Is alleged
wns caused through the neKllBence of
John F. Iloblnson. proprietor of the
Domestic Laundry, will be displayed
in the state circuit court next Monday
by Miss MnrKiiret Husch. She claims
damages of WOOO because of the In
According to the complaint. Miss
11 u sell wns Injured on May 1, 1902
while at work feeding a mangle nt
Robinson's laundry. She alleges that
Uio 'platform upon which she was
standing was unsafe nnd her foot
slipped through a hole In one of the
boards causing her hnnd to be caught
between the hot rollers.
Suit was first Instituted several
months ago. but demurrers and coun
ter motions delayed the case for trial
until the coming session of the state
circuit court. The plnlntlff Is repre
sented by Hnlley & Lowell, while Car
ter & Italey and Balleray & McCourt
uppenr for the defendant.
It Is contended by Mr. Iloblnson
that when Miss Busch was hurt he
paid all her doctor bills and hospital
lees, allowed her salary to continue
daring her Illness and when she re
covered took her back to work at nd--vanced
wages. Later, It Is alleged,
Miss Busch had trouble with Robin
son's foreman and left the employ of
the laundry and brought action for
V. Conmi Doyle's Thrilling Melodninm
ut the l''ni7.or.
Charles P. Elliott. business and
ndvniice agent of the "Sign of the
"our" company, now playing a week's
engagement nt the Uakor theater. In
'ortland. Is here today making ar
rangements for the production of that
thrilling play ut the Frazer next
Thursday evening, October 13.
jtThe play Is having n phenomenal
run nt l'ortlnnd. The Oregon Dully
The Sign of the Four," one of the
most thrilling of the many Sherlock
Holmes stories. Is being presented ut
the linker theater this week to de
lighted audiences. The most fasci
nating chapters of the book have been
worked over Into melo-drama and a
performance of Intense Interest Is the
result. True S. James Is making
himself more popular each night In
the exacting role of the great detec
tive nnd since honors fall to other
members of the cast.
ARLINGTON SHEEP .MARKET.
Jlcavy Sales or All Cliuwci nt Uniform
y Good Prices.
Dan P. Smythe left for Arlington
this morning, where he goes to look
after some condemnation cases grow
ing out of the building of the new
xallroad and after sheep he recently
purchased. He bought 1G00 yearl
ings at J2 per head, with the luten
lion of feeding them for growth this
winter and next spring, and then
putting them upon the mutton mar
ket for stock sheep.
Mr. Smythe states that at least as
large a per cent of the sheep In the
Atlingtou country, on both sides of
-flie river, have been sold this fall as
in this county, nnd that prices run
from $1.75 to $2 for lambs and from
32 to $2.25 for yearlings. These were
the prices for feeders paid by buyers
from Minnesota, Nebraska and other
FOUR HUNDRED IIUEVES.
talked Lot of Fine AnluiuN From
Cnmas l'rnlrle ami Hcyond.
There were shipped to, the Frye
Uruhn Co. last night by J. C. Loner
gan .over the W. & C. it., about 400
head of cattle bought In the Camas
Prairie country and beyond. One
hundred and sixty were purchnsed of
James & Adams, about 70 of F. Hu
bert, 27 of Frank Clark.
All these animals nre beeves ready
for slaughter, and Mr, Lonergan de-
For Particular People at Pop
m ular Prices. A toad of purses
which we cannot carry. You can
2 help out by taking your choice
at 2Gc, 50c, 7Cc or $1.00, from
J lota of purses that sell from
SOc to up $2.00 each. Our wln-
dow tells the story. Look in
1 Tallman (3b Co.
S LEADING DRUGGISTS
SIGN OF THE FOUR" COMING.
Will Reside Near Salem.
Jerry Stanton and wife arrived on
the early train from the west, and
went to Milton this morning, where
they will spend the winter. Next
spring they will move to the valley
and make their home on n fruit farm
belonging to Mrs. Stanton, near Sa
lem. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanton were mar
ried October 3, at Portland. .Mrs.
Stanton, before her marriage, was
Miss Mary Fusee. They will niuk
their home this winter with Mrs. Lu
clnda Carpenter, who Is Mr. Stanton's
Itcnl E-datc Transfer.
Alvln C. Ilussell and wife, to Geo.
W. Hansel), 320 acres of land near
Athena, consideration. $17,000.
Arthur Lalng and wife, to Alfred
Liilug, quarter section of land In
township 3. range 31: consideration.
William Henry Ilen-Frey and wife.
to Henry Scales, lot 1 block 6 7. lles-
ervntlon addition to the city of Ten
dleton: consideration, $2,100.
FEDERATION MEETING AT-
ItAKEH CITY NEXT WEEK.
Official Ptiigiiini of the Three Days'
MuMlng on October 12, lit and 1 1
Pendleton Women on the Program
for Papers nnd Addresses .ludav)
S. A. Lowell Will Deliver nn Ad
dress mi tho "Development League"
on Thursday Afternoon.
Will Work 7." Teams.
The Deschutes Irrigation & Power.i
Company have bought about 70 head
of unbroken horses from Jesse Ynn-
cey of Prlnevllle. They picked the
horses and paid $40 per head for
them. As sooon as they are broken
the horses will be put to work on tho
ditch. Tho company already has
about 75 teams at work. Ashwood
To Cheney for the Winter.
Mrs. 1J, F. Shrnder went to Cheney.
Wash., this morning, to which place
her husband and son, Stnufield, pre
ceded her some time ago. The sou Is
nt the State Normal College there.
The Shraders last summer came
from Hiawatha, Kan., and have pur
chased land near Freewater, which
they will move upon next summer.
Iteturiieil I'roni California.
K. H. Clark has returned from his
California trip. He states that there
Is very little If any slackness In bus
iness in that country on account of
the presidential campaign, but that
business conditions are normal, and
the business men hopeful nnd confi
Has lleen Much lmproed.
L. L. Mann, who has been at Hot
Lake for the past two weeks, being
Mited for sciatic rheumatism, re
turned this morning, much Improved.
He hus discarded his crutches and
now walka with the aid of a cane
only. The rheumatism was developed
by a bruise.
Thomas Nye, who has delighted
Pendleton homes and audiences with
his hypnotic performances for the
past mouth, will give an exhibition
of hypnotism at the Frazer on next
Friday evening, October 14.
.1. W. Klmhrell III.
County Surveyor J. W. Klmbrell Is
confined at home with an attack of
fever. He will be absent from his of
tlce for several days.
Two words. Schilling's
Best; and one more that is
monevback stand for the best
in trade: best goods and best
Following Is tho complete official
program for the meeting of the Ore
gon Federation of Women's Clubs, to
be held next Wednesday. Thursday
and Friday nt Baker City:
9:30 n. m. Meeting of board.
10:00 Call to order of convention.
Invocation. ' '
10:15 Oreetlng'by president Alpha
Literary Club, Mrs: Mary Saxton.
10:20 Ilesponso for .Federation,
Mrs Alexander Bernstein.
10:25 Welcome on behalf of city,
J. A. Churchill, superintendent of
1'0:30 Report of credentials com
mittee. 10:40 Hull call of delegates.
10:45 .Deport of president.
11:00 Deport of recording secre
tary. 11:05 Deport of corresponding
11:10 Deport of treasurer.
11:15 Deport of auditor.
11:20 Deport of Geuernl Federa
1:30 p. m. Music.
1:40 Announcements of conven
1:45 Deports of chairmen of
Education, Mrs. John Halley, Jr.,
Library. Mrs. B. S. Burroughs, Pen
Domestic science, Dr. Mae H. Curd
Civics, Mrs. F. A. Moore, Salem.
Reciprocity. Mrs. Carrie Slireve.
Membership, Mrs. T. T. Geer, Sa
Exposition, Mrs. C. B. Wade, Pen
Chautauqua, Mrs. Sarah A. Evans,
Legislative, .Mrs. Millie D. Trum
3:40 Paper, "A Delegate's Deport
of the Biennial," Mrs. Mary L.
4:10 Talk on travel "Egypt"
Mrs. P. J. Mann. Portland. ,
4:4a Paper. "Preparation for an
Inheritance," Mrs. Clara G. French.
8:30 Deception of officers, dele
gates and visitors, Elks' hall.
Thursday Pnrciinou. '
M:30 a. m. Call to order.
9:40 Announcements. 1
!:50 Unfinished business.
10:00 New business.
Deports of clubs.
1:40 Paper. "The Club Woman's
Responsibility," Mrs. Chnpmnn, .Port-laud.
2:10 "Our Indian Policy,"
Sarah A. Evans, Oswego.
2:50 Vocal music.
3:00 Paper, "Reciprocity,"
Carrlo Shreve, Portland,
3:30 Paper, "Education."
John Halley, Jr Pendleton.
4:00 Tnlk. "Development League,"
Hon. Stephen A. Lowell, Pendleton.
S:30 Muslcale ut Elks' hall.
0:30 a. m. Call to order.
9:35 Rending of minutes.
. 9:40 Unfinished business.
10:00 New business.
A letter on "Civil Service," from
.Mrs. Sarah Platt-Decker, president
general F. W. C, Denver, Col.
10:20 Talk, Mrs. Millie R. Trum
Parting song, "Blest De the Tie
That Binds," convention.
Xnll Through His Foot.
Henry GWlll is home from Pleasant
Valley, with a badly hurt left font.
ti i.nn, u.in-ifiiitr with a railroad
crew and while engaged In curbing
n recently dug well on the right of
way, Mr. Owlll stepped on the point l
of a 10. penny nail which had been
driven through n board. The null
penetrated the shoe and also the en-
tire thickness of the foot, the point
projecting from the top of the mem-1
her. Turpentine una inner nei...
remedies were used Immediately, and
while Mr. Owlll will be off duty for
some time, no permanent etrrrts an
expected from the injury.
Splendid llnlii In Inferior.
T. ti. Senn. a rancher from near
Rltter, Is In town today after sup
..iioo ..111, mi olirlit.horse outfit, with
trnlini- Mr. Senn renorts that all
the country' within a radius of ninny i
miles of Hitter and extending far m- i
to this county, has been tliorougius
soaked within the past 10 days. Rain
has fallen that has soaked the ground
for six Jnches easily, and starteit inn
pasture In f Hie shape.
Pretar.s Routing to Punning.
Millard Mills, who came from Ful
ton, Ky.. .last spring, and has spent
the summer here, will go to Pierce
county, Washington, with his uncle.
J. L. Samls. He also expects to re
turn here next spring, with Mr. Samls
but as he has been a rlverinan on
the Mississippi and other Eastern
streams, he prefers that occupation
If he remains lu the West, and will
probably go to the lower Columbia.
MARBLE NEAR LEHMAN.
,1. D. Clark Says It Can He I'm""' 'f
J, D. Clnt'k has discovered marble.
on government laud about three miles
from Lehman Springs. He mado no
attempt to secure any from bonenth
the surface, nnd only brought away
some fragments broken from the otit
croppliigs. These have been examin
ed by Montorustelll brothers, who
pronounce them pure mnrblo beyond
question, nnd capable of taking a
high polish. In fact, one of Mr,
Clark's samples was polished by them
us a demonstration.
Mr. Clark states that tho outcrop
plugs exhibit about every shade of
marble he ever saw, and some that
be never saw before. The range Is
front pure white to prnctlcully black
Tin. saimiles he brought In, and
...i.ini. u.itnMtml tint nn account
. . - -
of their color, but because of the ease
of getting them, are slaty nincK ami
very unattractive in color, mil me
marble men nssert that they nro gen
! We Are
u io vim
into our new-
Will Return in the Spring.
J. L. Samls, n recent arrival from
Mayfleld, Ky.. will spend the winter
with relatives and other friends who
moved to Pierce county. Washington,
about n yenr ago, but will return In
the spring nnd It Is his Intention to
reside here permanently- He will
probably buy a small fruit farm In
the northern part of the county.
Dough! Herrou's Plant.
J. A. Herron has sold to R. E. Rip
ley of Spokane, the outfit used by him
In the manufacture of candy nnd oth
er refreshments, and has definitely
concluded to quit business lu Pendle
ton. Mr. Ripley will take the plant
to lone, where he will open up In the
same Hue of business Mr. Herron car
Mt. Pelee, on thu Islnnd of Mar
tinique, Is again In eruption.
I Tea How
IS WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS.
Yours to Enjoy
THE SUBSTANTIAL WEALTH OF THE RICH PEOPLE OF
THE WOULD CAME THROUGH STRICT HABITS OF SAVING.
Ijy MEANS OF SYSTEMATIC SAVING, SOME OF THIS WEALTH
CAN HE YOURS TO ENJOY.
THIS HANK AFFORDS OPPORTUNITIES FOR THOSE WHO
WISH TO SAVE MONEY.
The Commercial National Bank i
HARD AND FAST BORROWER.
One Brother Accusex Another .Broth
er of Horse Stealing.
John La Iloque nnd Joseph La
Deque are brothers, but the latter
charges the former with Bteallng .his
horse, und an Information was this
afternoon filed in the state circuit
court. Larceny by bailee is alleged In
the complaint nnd If found guilty,
John La Roque must face n term In
the state penitentiary,
The defendant resides at Adams.
A short time ago It Is snld, he bor
rowed a horse from his brother to
ride to the agency. Later It was
found that the animal had been dis
posed of to W. 8. Llndsey, a local
It Is alleged by Joseph La Roque
that It Is nn old trick of his brother
to borrow horses from hbn and forget
to return them, und ho decided to
bring criminal action.
GosMl Services. ,
The gospel meeting at the largo
tent on Jackson street will be held
this evening nt 7:46 o'clock. Tomor
row evening thern will be no service,
Sunday, Rev. Phelps will speak at 3
p. m. and ngaln at 7:30 p. m. You
will bo pleased to her him. .All are
Stow Leonard Returned.
Stove Leonurd, who was for two
years yardmuster for tho O. R. & N.
In this city, has returned from Can
ada and Is now employed as yard-
muster at i inatllla
Reemered I'roni Tphoid l'eer.
Frank J. Nowltzkl. who has been
at the county farm for some time
with typhoid fever. Is sufficiently re
covered to be able to return to Wes
ton this morning. Mr. Nowltzkl. who
is n hnrness maker by trade, will re
sume work ut Weston and nt Athena
ns soon ns he Is strong enough.
NEW, FItOM THIS DIG STORE IS WHAT EVEftTEOll
WANTS TO KEEP THE FEET COMFORTABLE, IHtt'.AXDtj
STYLISH APPEARANCE. WE HAVE THEM FOR Y0C.
HANAN, DOUGLAS, GLORIA, RED SCHOOL HOUSE tj
TER PHOOF, AIR PROOF. THE GREATEST WEAK :
ER KNOWN TO MAN TODAY AT ANY PRICE YOU XAW.
OUR SHOES ARE IJETTER.
Shoes and Clothing
Pnuptms From Ohio.
John Dyer was the pleased recipi
ent a few days ago of a box of ripe
pawpaws sent him by his little nephew
Carl Cloran, of Ironton. O. The fruit
was In good condition after its long
Journey, and was the first of the
kind .Mr. Dyer had seen since leav
ing the Buckeye state.
Reentering from Typhoid.
('. E. French, who Is In the hospi
tal with typhoid fever. Is recovering
rapidly. Mr. French was working for
the Hartel brothers when he was at
tacked with typhoid. Both the Har
tels have been In the hospital with
the same disease.
for Fall and Winter
The Best, Goods at. LOWEST PRICES
Sent Sales for "Suhimmltn."
The sale of seats for "Snlammbo,"
which Is to appear at the Frazer next
.Monday night, will open at Brook &
McComus' drug store tomorrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock. The prospects nre
that the house will be filled to wit
ness this production by Wnrde and
Put In DriituuKc TiiIm's.
The operation performed yesterday
on Otto Koeppen's right ankle was
for the purpose of cleaning out the
pustulated part nnd putting In drain
age tubes. There Is an excellent
prospect for speedy recovery.
Case of Diphtheria.
One case of diphtheria was re
ported to the authorities this morning
und the residence of David Gordon,
In Willow street, has been placed un
der quarantine. One of his children
Is suffering with the disease.
Real Estate Transfers.
Mary J. Lane to Peter Tnchella,
lot 1 and part of lot 2, block 7, reser
vation addition to the city of Pen
dleton. Consideration,, $2000.
Paid S1K for Via Cous.
James Jones has bought of F. S.
Senn, a Grant county rancher, nine
fat cows ready for slaughter, paying
Iherefor J 18 each.
W. C. T. U. Meeting.
The W. C. T. U. meets this after
noon nt the home of Mrs. J, H. Gwlnn
for the election of officers and the
transaction of other business.
Will Preach nt Tangent.
Dev. E. B. Jones has been assigned
to the pastorate for the ensuing yenr
of the Methodist church south, nt
Tangent, Linn county.
If you wunt f make yer husbund
mad, th next time he bumps his head
on the sham COril(r IIV fl tulila InunVi
at 'lm. If you wunt t' make 'im mud-
er, sympathize with 'lm.
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises in tho family
every clay. Let U3 answer it to-day. Try
a delicious nnd healthful dessert. Pre
pared in two minutes, Noboilintrl nc
baking dd boiling water and ffset to
cool. I'lavors:-Lcmon, Orange, Uasn.
berry and Strawberry. Get ackage
your grocers to-day. io cts. K
SWEATERS FOR MEN.
Fancy stripes and solid colors.
Prices r()c to $l.r0.
SWEATERS FOR HOYS.
Solid colors and stripes from
noc. to $2.00.
Working gloves ..B0o to SLBO
Mocha S1.'J5 to 81.75
Mocha, silk lined $1.25 to SI.7B
Kid $tr. to $1.75
Kid, Dents' $2.00
Lnrco assortment to
from, both cotton and
Cotton ribbed, per sanBl
Fleeco lined, per garmiatj
Heavy weight wool,
ner garment .
Wool ribbed, per garment
Better grades SI.M.
$2.00 to $3.50 per garnw
GOLF AND XECUC
New fresh goods, belli
terns, nt 7Hc to '
Shoes, Rubbers, Mackintoshes nnd Duck Coats. It will I
to see our lines before making your purchases.
BAER (8b DALE'
One-Price Clothiers and Furnishers
FIVE ACRES NEAR MILTON: 3K ACRES IX ST"'
U. Annn tv tt."ii'i,t7ittto . ..ne . -r rrnF.ES: OW;
GOOD FOUR-ROOM HOUSE. 13 1IIARES WATEIl, Ut09
u.uu nvjio ut x'iKJi. junnjj xjiwM -INTO
THIS. IT WILL PAY YOU.
C. C. BERKELEY
Heating and Cook St
: and Steel Range
! m lV0ff
a.visu-H I'RICES. iVE MAKE EVEIII wv -
J SEE US BEFORE YOU UUY A STOVE-
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5 20 Court Street